Portable Calibre 7.1.0 Multilingual
Effortlessly keep your e-book library thoroughly organized with the help of this efficient and straightforward software solution. Calibre Portable is a powerful and easy to use e-book manager. Users say it’s outstanding and a must-have. It’ll allow you to do nearly everything and it takes things a step beyond normal e-book software.
It’s also completely free and open source and great for both casual users and computer experts. It is free, open source and cross-platform in design and works on Linux, OSX and Windows. Calibre is meant to be a complete e-library solution and thus includes, library management, format conversion, news feeds to ebook conversion as well as e-book reader sync features.
One of the most significant features of Calibre Portable is its ability to handle a wide variety of e-book formats. The software supports the most common formats like EPUB, MOBI, and PDF, as well as some less commonly used formats such as AZW, LRF, and PDB. This means that whether you have purchased your e-books from Amazon, Barnes & Noble, or any other online bookstore, Calibre can manage them all.
In terms of organizing your e-book library, Calibre Portable has a range of capabilities. You can add tags, comments, ratings, and even custom metadata to each book. This helps you to quickly find the books you want to read based on different criteria such as genre, author, publication date, or any other specific information you choose to add.
Calibre’s conversion feature is one of its biggest strengths. With just a few clicks, you can convert your e-books into different formats, making it easy to read them on different devices. For example, if you have an EPUB file but want to read it on a Kindle device, you can easily convert it to MOBI format using Calibre. Similarly, if you have a PDF file that you want to read on your smartphone, you can convert it to EPUB format for easier reading.
Another useful feature of Calibre is its ability to download news articles and convert them into e-book format. This means that you can keep up with your favorite news sources without having to visit their websites every day. Calibre can automatically download articles from websites like The New York Times, The Guardian, and BBC News and convert them into an e-book format for easy reading.
Calibre is also a great tool for authors and publishers. You can use it to create your own e-books in various formats, including EPUB, MOBI, and PDF. The software includes a built-in editor that allows you to add images, hyperlinks, and other interactive elements to your e-book. Once your e-book is ready, you can use Calibre to upload it to online stores like Amazon Kindle Direct Publishing or Apple iBooks.
Calibre’s user interface is simple and easy to navigate. The main screen displays all of your e-books in a list view, allowing you to quickly browse through them. You can also switch to a cover view if you prefer to see book covers instead. The software’s search function is powerful and allows you to find books based on various criteria like title, author, tags, and even custom metadata fields.
In terms of customization, Calibre has a range of options. You can change the font size, font type, and line spacing to make reading more comfortable. There are also different reading modes such as day mode and night mode, which adjust the background color and text color to reduce eye strain.
Overall, Calibre Portable is an essential tool for anyone who loves to read e-books. Its ability to handle multiple formats, organize e-books, and convert them into different formats makes it a must-have for any e-book enthusiast. Whether you have a large collection of e-books or just a few, Calibre will help you manage them all with ease.
Calibre Portable Release Note:
- Notes editor: When pasting HTML with images offer to download remote images in the pasted content
- Fix regression in 7.0 that broke restore of db from backups
- Content server: Fix newly added books on homepage not restricted to the books the logged in user is allowed to access
- When starting in system tray do not flash the main window briefly
- Notes editor: Fix spurious error message when saving a note that contains pasted HTML that refers to an image
- Fix a regression that caused the unknown/unset date to incorrectly be displayed/edited as a date in the year AD 101 in some timezones
- Comments editor: Fix data file links not working
- Linux installer: Check that the user has libxcb-cursor.so.0 installed. If not quit early with an error message asking them to install it
- LRF Output: Fix a regression in 7.0 that broke conversion to LRF
New news sources
- The World Ahead by unkn0wn
Improved news sources